Using An Outside Wood Furnance

Many rural neighborhoods are finding it more and more difficult to afford using propane or natural gas to heat their homes. For this reason, the use of an outside wood furnace is more common today in those areas. Because the stove is outside, there is less risk of a house fire commonly associated with the use of wood for heat. There is only the transfer of the heat from the stove to the home instead of having a fire inside the home. As a result, the house fires as a result of burning wood have dramatically decreased over recent years.

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